John Hansen, president of the Nebraska Farmers Union, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss the economic impact of midwest flooding on farmers. » Read More
By: Jeff Daniels
California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide emergency Friday as result of "a vast tree die-off throughout the state" and deteriorating forest conditions that have increased the risk of wildfires. » Read More
By: Jeff Daniels
The federal government's spring weather outlook issued Thursday shows flooding risk will remain high through May for 25 states, as Midwestern states are still coping with the disastrous effects of last week's "bomb cyclone" storm. » Read More
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CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how ski resorts are adapting as the winter climate becomes less dependendable. » Read More
Midwestern states downstream on Thursday braced for a relentless surge along the Missouri River, with more rain expected.
The cyclone that ripped through southern Africa triggered devastating floods that have killed hundreds of people and displaced hundreds of thousands.
Mozambique began three days of national mourning on Wednesday for more than 200 victims of Cyclone Idai
More than 1,000 people were feared dead in Mozambique four days after a cyclone slammed into the country.
Cyclone Idai could prove to be the deadliest storm in generations to hit the impoverished southeast African country of 30 million people.
BlackRock and Vanguard Group have been vocal about using their market weight to influence social issues, including climate change. But results of proxy voting show that they continue to have among the worst voting records on climate change.
How will insurance companies remain profitable in an era of climate change?
Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, and more costly. According to one estimate, natural disasters caused about $340 billion in damage across the world in 2017. And insurers had to pay out a record $138 billion. The $5 trillion global insurance industry plays a huge role in the U.S. economy. Insurance spending in 2017 made up about 11 percent of America's GDP. So, how will insurance companies remain profitable in an era of climate change? And what does that mean for the rest of us?
The powerful late winter storm, dubbed a "bomb cyclone, left blizzards, floods and tornadoes in its wake after hitting the U.S. Mountain and Plains states this week, before pushing east into the Midwest and the Great Lakes Region early Friday.
The state experienced some form of drought for 376 consecutive weeks, the National Drought Mitigation Center said and NBC News reports.
A storm is battling the central part of the United States. CNBC's Kelly Evans takes a look at the impact.
Within three decades more than 386,000 homes in US coastal areas will be at risk of permanent submersion or regular flooding due to climate change, according to a study by real estate website Zillow and nonprofit weather news site Climate Central.
The blizzard that pounded the U.S. Rocky Mountain and Plains states is shoving eastward and fizzling to rain.
NBC 5 Weather Expert Keisha Burns said 78 mph wind gusts were recorded at DFW Airport.
Ever since Democrats began promoting the Green New Deal last year, more House GOP lawmakers have been willing to say four little words: "Climate change is real." And they're warning their party to push for alternative solutions before it's too late.
Dozens of ambulances lined up in front of a terminal to quickly treat the injured coming off the flight that left Istanbul for the 10-hour trip.